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good morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm maggie rulli in for diana macedo. here is the news we are following on "world news now." shut down show down day three. after two days of scrambling and finger pointing, the senate vote is scheduled for today but no guarantee it will pass. more details, just ahead. drivers north of l.a. can use one of their major roadways yet again. the massive hud slides choked off highway 101 nearly two weeks ago. it's ready to go for this morning's commute. the dark comedy "three billboards" picking up the top honor, best cast in the motion picture. and frances mcdormt and sam rockwell. and super bowl lii set as a
battle between the underdogs and the nfl's top dogs, the philadelphia eagles and the new england patriots are 13 days away and counting. those are some of our top stories this monday january 22nd. >> announcer: from abc news this is "world news now." i will tell you that is one show that brought this country together in hating. >> i don't want to hear anymore of the hater stuff aside. i'm excited for my patriots to be in the super bowl, yet again. >> all of a sudden, the eagles have become america's team. the cowboys, giants, they're all rooting, guess for who? >> i'm not going to answer. i don't need your mockery. >> no, it will be a fun super bowl. hey, tom brady is the greatest of all time, no doubt. but let's start in washington this hour and the breaking news. the u.s. government shuttered for a third day with hundreds of
thousands of federal employees forced to stay home today without pay. >> law makers failed to reach an agreement on a short-term plan. >> if there's no deal on immigration by then, mcconnell is promising to take up immigration on protecting young immigrants brought to the country as children. but he's still trying to sell the idea to democrats. >> the shutdown should stop today. so let's step back from the brink, let's stop victimizing the american people and get back to work on their behalf. >> well, i am happy to continue my discussion with the majority leader about reopening the government. we have had several konss, talks will continue, but we have yet to continue on a path forward that would be acceptable to both sides. >> earlier in the day president trump fired off a tweet calling
on them to use the nuclear option, passing with 51% majority instead of the needed 60%. republican leaders rejected his idea. >> so each side has been trying to blame the shutdown on each other. >> but 48% are pointing the finger at president trump and the republicans. 28% say the democrats are at fault. the shut down forcing some national parks and monuments to scale back services or close all together. but two of the most popular sites will continue to be open. >> after shutting down over the weekend the statue off liberty reopens today at the expense of new york state which will cover the $65,000 a day needed to operate the statue and neighboring ellis island. >> and arizona is using state funds to keep grand canyon open. we'll have the latest on the shutdown throughout the morning and we'll hear from white house press secretary sarah sanders on gma. and it was a weekend of
protests on behalf of the rights of women and others. the major event sunday was a rally in las vegas that kicked off a year long voter registration drive. its focus was this year's midterm elections and the marches around the world marked the anniversary of president trump's inauguration. there were thousands of people in washington , d.c. >> reporter: across the country huge crowds, hundreds of thousands packing in, calling for change. from philadelphia to san francisco, dallas to toronto almost 200,000 people in new york alone. stretching for as far as the eye can see, people lined up to march for blocks here in new york city. this year's march falling on the one year anniversary of president trump's inauguration. the president tweeting about his success. celebrate the historic milestones and unprecedented economic success and wealth creation that as taken place.
>> marching for his future, really. >> reporter: some protesting the president's policy. others, joining the growing me too movement and the times up campaign as more women come forward, breaking their silence on sexual harassment and assault. in l.a., celebrities turning up in force. nattily portman opening up about her own experience at just 13 years old. >> comments about my body to threatening, deliberate statements served to control my behavior through an environment of sexual terrorism. >> and scarlet johannson taking aim at actor james franco who recently denied allegations of sexual misconduct. franco wearing a time's up pin at it golden globals. >> how could a person publicly stand by an organization that helps to provide support for victims of sexual assault while
privately preying on people who have no power? i want my pin back, by the way. >> reporter: viola davis calling for all americans to stand for each other. >> your job as an american citizen is not just to fight for your rights, it's to fight for the right of every individual. >> reporter: ava williams, nbc news, new york. police are looking for a purse often interest in a pair of pipe bomb blasts in central florida. no one was hurt. the bombs went off in an area not normally used by customers. they found at least five other devices in a backpack. they're trying to find a man seen leaving the mall after the explosion. investigators are hoping he may have been captured on surveillance cameras. this weekend's attack has now risen to 18 civilians. the taliban now claiming
responsibility. the 12-hour siege forced many hotel guests to take drastic measures just to stay alive. here is jennifer eccleston. >> reporter: new images revealing a terrifying escape from the intercontinental hotel. look as panicked guests shimmied down bed sheets, one falling at least three stories. afghan's s.w.a.t. teams battling six heavily armed men, killing the militants during the 12-hour siege that left at least 18 dead, most of them foreigners. the taliban claiming they are soldiers stormed the luxury high-rise late saturday. i heard the attackers saying shoot them, survivors describing a grizzly scene inside the hotel. militants with ak-47s, grenades and suicide belts, mowing down and specifically targeting
foreigners searching floor by floor for victims. some of the victims pilots and flight engineers. this the latest in months of torrential violence directed by the taliban and isis. the state department which warned americans to stay individual lent near afghan hotels, just days ago, is condemning the attack. jennifer eccleston, abc news, london. >> what a terrible scene out of afghanistan. we're turning to weather in the u.s. there are major rain and snowstorms in the forecast for much of the country today. >> so take a look at the rain from the gulf coast up to the great lakes. but near blizzard-like conditions are moving east to denver and into the midwest. >> there's been a run on snowstorm supplies at minneapolis stores and several school districts announced classes are canceled today. one of the rescues from the denver area was a deer from a frozen reservoir. >> look at him. >> he was too tired to move, so
firefighters grabbed him by the antlers and pulled him to safety. frds we got the forecast from accuweather's, paul williams. >> good morning. this winter storm is growing quickly and stronger. the cold side is going to create heavy snow, flight cancellations and plans disrupted throughout the entire midwest. the amount we are watching out for, a foot and a half in some areas, including minneapolis to portions of iowa, going to nebraska, touching into kansas as well as colorado. up to a foot and a half. and drifts a little further to the north creating an icy mix throughout the great lakes region. portions of the east coast and speaking of the east coast, icy conditions kick in for up state new york, vermont and new hampshire and heavier ice in bangor, maine. and this wave of cold air filters its way to the east. kendis, maggie. >> so a rough couple days from the midwest to the east.
so, a true power couple is coming together to help girls around the world. >> nobel winner and ceo apple tim cook are launching, think different. the goal is to improve education for girls worldwide. apple's funding is expected to to help programs in latin america and india. and a man in blue stood out during a half marathon in california. >> pasadena officer wants to be the youngest full-time police officer to complete 100 full marathons and 100 half marathons. the 43-year-old ran his 123rd half marathon sunday. >> he did it wearing his police uniform. he finished all 13 miles with all of his equipment including a vest, work boots and of course a gun. that's about 25 extra pounds of equipment and he raised money
for a pair of charities. so what did you do this weekend? >> i know. and halfway through the ma marathon, he actually made an arrest and still continued. it was really impressive. >> whew. what can't he do? >> he's quite the hero. that is impressive, actually. coming up, never before have this many people been so excited about a trip to minneapolis in february. we're celebrating with fans in philly and boston. >> we're always happy to go to minneapolis. >> in february? >> okay. plus a driver who jumped the curb and cruised down the sidewalk. what happened? brl
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demanded cash and when the employee refuses, he poured a liquid on the counter and set it on fire. no one was injured. now we're turning to the chaos on a popular street in san francisco after a mini van barrelled down the sidewalk not stopping for about a half mile. >> dozens of pedestrians were running to get out of the way. here is stephanie with the latest. >> reporter: this surveillance video capturing the terrifying moments as a mini van careens down a busy sidewalk in san francisco. people inside taking cover. watch as witnesses in the cell phone video chase down the mini van trying to stop the driver. >> he was moving slowly enough to where people were trying to open the door and trying to get the driver out. he wasn't responding or stopping. >> reporter: kenneth water was behind the wheel. they say he jurve jumped the jur
curb, driving on the sidewalk, barely missing the pedestrians, hitting this deli. police say water kept driving past stop signs and through multiple intersections, hitting parking meters and trees on the sidewalk. at one point reversing and even driving on the wrong side of the road until he was stopped and arrested. other than property damage, no one was hurt during the chaos. police say the driver told him he had had issues with his brakes. he faces multiple charges including attempted murder and driving under the influence. stephanie ramos, abc news, washington. >> very lucky nobody else was injured in that. so in case you missed it a 66-year-old woman whose been dubbed the serial stow away struck again over the weekend. >> without a boarding pass or passport, but this time she's gone international, making it from chicago to london. >> as soon as she got off the plane she was arrested and flown back to the u.s. where she faces charges of criminal tress
passing and theft. the tsa, still trying to figure out how did she do it? >> seriously, how did she do it? >> we have no idea. >> i can't even get my shampoo through and this woman getting her entire person. >> david blain is now trying to figure out her tricks. coming up, we have the conference champions. fans in philly and boston react to their teams going to the big game. >> a super bowl rematch 13 years in the making. next on "world news now."
♪ the celebrations continuing well into the night as philly fans are hoping for their first ever super bowl win after beating the vikings for the nfc title. >> it is all about brotherly love and sisterly affection there in philadelphia. patriots mounted a comeback of their own to clinch their championship. but, how do their fans really feel about going to the big game? >> running free.
and that could very well do it. because belichick knows he's got it now. they did it! >> fans say they knew it patriots would pull it off. >> i knew it was going to be pretty amazing for the patriots. >> i'm ready for the super bowl. >> heart attack, heart attack. unbelievable. i wasn't sure. kept the faith. brady, always the faith in tommy baby. >> never worried. we're going to win the super bowl. >> i thought the patriots came out, they dominated in a huge way. >> you get nervous, but at the end of the day, these guys pull out, every time. >> and there is nick foles, the hero of the night for philadelphia. and doug peterson gets the gatorade bath. >> a huge celebration, i'm talking huge as hundreds of ecstatic fans streamed out of restaurants and bars, chanting and singing the eagles fight song.
they say their patience and faith have been rewarded. >> they proved all the nay sayers wrong. we're going to the super bowl. >> no doubt, always had confidence all the way through. >> we're going to the super bowl. look, everybody. we're so excited. eagles! >> fly eagles fly. >> reporter: you can hear the crowd here. they're going absolutely insane. they want brady. >> they're able to climb the pole despite it crisco grease. >> crisco can not stop an eagle fan. >> they cannot stop them. maybe tom brady will be able to stop the eagles. some of the celebrations there overnight in philadelphia. so big, our affiliate station
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million and "data thieves," with 13 million. a little boy received a heart transplant. that's not the only miracle here. >> her's erielle reshef with the story of two families and an incredible reunion. >> reporter: that spell binding sound. nikita gnash hearing her baby's heart beat once again. >> i don't know what to say. >> reporter: her son, lucas, passed away when he was just six months old. >> the worst possible moment any mother can imagine. >> reporter: four years after experiencing her deepest pain, she was finally ready to fly from minnesota to oklahoma for this precious moment. >> that is an indescribable feeling. it sounded like it did when i was pregnant with lucas. >> breathing new life into a baby from tulsa. >> he was in cardiac arrest for
almost 25 minutes. >> reporter: he was diagnosed with heart defects, receiving a heart transplant at 3 months. this letter of gratitude from colten's mom to jennie. >> at the darkest time of your life you made so many others with your donations from the heart that beats in my sweet boy's chest, we thank you. >> reporter: colten, now 4, his health an up hill battle, but his heart, driving. >> oh, thank you. >> reporter: the two boys sharing a bond. their two families forever connected. >> lucas' heart is still getting to live on. i'm not just caring for colten, i'm caring for lucas, too. >> reporter: erielle reshef, abc news, new york. before we go a passing off notes for you this morning. many will remember john coleman. he was the first weather man on "good morning america." and went on to found the weather channel in 1980. also working several stations in
this morning on "world news now," the government shutdown, enters its third day. >> a bipartisan group of senators tried to broker a compromise and call a vote a few hours ago, but they fell short of an agreement. and what's next? and what is closed as thousands of government workers are told to stay home. the sag awards are handed out, shining a light on the major social media movement this awards season. as one of hollywood's biggest weeks gets underway. the oscar nominations will be announced tomorrow live in l.a. the eagles are flying high to the super bowl. and overnight, fans in philadelphia going absolutely bonkers. celebrating the possibility of a franchise first, a super bowl win there.
they have some tough competition. and best day ever. yes. things don't get much better than this. when your favorite toy comes to life this january 22nd. >> announcer: from abc news this is "world news now." >> best day ever of course because maggie rulli is back with us here. >> stop it. oh, thanks. >> oh, shuks stop it. best part of my monday. >> good to have you back with us and what a fun day to be with us. something fun happened over the weekend. i can't pinpoint what was it that happened over the weekend? >> my patriots making it to the super bowl? >> no, there's that. all of a sudden, the eagles became america's team. >> everyone loves the patriots. who ever said anything bad about the patriots ever? nothing, ever. >> we are going to break it down later on. the new york post was calling it on their front page, the worst super bowl ever. so they're excited about it.
>> i don't listen on the haters. let's start with the breaking news on the government shutdown. it is entering a critical day for it. day three after lawmakers call it a night without reaching a deal. >> senate will be back at it today, returning to capitol hill where senate majority leader has called for a vote at noon today. they will continue immigration talks until february 8. but, it's not clear if democrats will agree to hold off on addressing the plight of hundreds of thousands of young immigrants. we have the latest. >> senate stands adjourned until 10:00 p.m. >> reporter: in the end no deal. >> the shutdown should stop today. >> reporter: senators sent home and told to come back monday for a noon vote to reopen the federal government. >> i thought we were going to avoid the mess we find ourselves in today. >> reporter: it's not a long term fix. >> you just got to commit to it.
>> reporter: but moderate senators are working out an agreement that would reopen the government and allow more time to hammer out issues about border security. >> makes you shake your head. who comes up with ideas like this? >> i agree with majority leader mcconnell, the trump shutdown was totally avoidable. >> reporter: senate majority leader, chuck schumer agreed with funding the wall in exchange for immigration reform. in return dems want legal status for some 800,000 so-called d.r.e.a.m.ers. undocumented immigrants who came into this country as children and face deportation by march, unless congress acts. the shut down's impact has been felt closing key national parks, furloughs for hundreds of thousands of workers is imminent and others, like the military, will have to work without being paid.
>> thanks to zachary. welcome to zachary here at abc news. so i just went down to d.c. over the weekend -- >> in the thick of it. >> i was right in the heart of it. i drove down -- >> drove down shut down avenue. >> and shut down avenue was wide open. everything was open. you had the women's march that took place over the weekend. so people out in force. but when i've been in d.c. the previous shutdowns, you know, the lincoln memorial was shut up, you couldn't jog through the national zoo. everything was still -- it didn't feel any different as of yet. i think today and going forward will be critical. a lot of people will not be heading into the capitol. >> this one does feel like politics back and forth. >> yeah. we'll see how long it goes on. but, the white house, in the meantime, is fighting back at republican senator lindsey graham after he said president trump is not being well served by his staff. >> graham specifically called out stephen miller as an outliar
on immigration, accusing him of derailing talks and concepts that cannot possibly get them to 60 votes. >> but, a white house spokesperson said graham is the outlier. and siding with illegal immigrants over american citizens. >> we'll have the latest on the shutdown throughout the morning and we'll hear from white house press secretary, sarah sanders on gma. first, there is severe weather that is moving across the upper midwest. blizzard conditions are expected. you can see the strongest storm system is just east of denver right now. and forecasters warn that the snow will be fast enough for roads to go from wet to slushy to snow covered in minutes. the storm already left its mark to the west. we have the report. >> reporter: get ready. there's a new round of blizzard warnings from colorado to minnesota. in southern utah, they are digging out from a foot of snow while blowing snow in wyoming
forces these truckers to pull over and chain up. this is what it looks like in eastern colorado. i-70 so dangerous, it's shutdown in both directions. dozens of flights canceled at denver international airport. those making it in are delayed up to two and a half hours. >> it's a mess right now. everyone is trying to get on to planes. >> reporter: minnesota is set to get hit next. shelves stocked with shovels and salt. the key ingredient for state crews, ready for up to a foot of snow. >> it's snowing during rush hour. what happens is the snow gets packed down by cars and begins to freeze. the temperatures are going to drop a little bit, too, i believe. so it could make for very slick conditions. >> reporter: in the northeast a thick fog caused ice jams like this one in pennsylvania. along the connecticut river, the coast guard is breaking up ice so boat traffic can get through. it's still relatively mild out here but still cold enough for the falls to be frozen behind us. between 7:00 and 9:00 a.m. is
when the snow will be falling, just in time for the commute. abc news, minneapolis, minnesota. >> it looks cold out there. >> yeah, it does. she says it's mild out. >> you mentioned the messy commute. let's find out where this morning's commute will be the messiest. >> here is paul williams. >> a monster of a winter storm brewing quickly right now. hazardous travel, blizzard conditions and travel plans disrupted. icy conditions making its way to iowa, going to central portions of wisconsin. look for heavy snow to kick in monday. windy conditions surrounding this as well. and the amount? how about a foot and a half to start. in nebraska, iowa, southern portions of minnesota and wisconsin. maggie, kendis. >> a foot and a half, thanks, paul. and a busy freeway shut down by the california mudslides is open again. cars have begun rolling for the first time in nearly two weeks.
mud and debris 12 feet deep shut down the roadway january 9th. meantime, the number of confirmed deaths from the mudslides is up to 21. two people including a 2-year-old child are still missing. the taliban is claiming responsibility for a deadly attack on a luxury hotel in afghanistan. at least 18 people were killed, most were foreigners. it was a firy, 12-hour siege at the intercontinental in kabul. six men wielding ak-47s mowed down guests as they ate dinner. searching floor by floor for victims and signaling out foreigners, searching floor by floor. terrified guests jumped from balconies using bed sheets. s.w.a.t. teams eventually killed all six attackers. a manhunt is under way after two pipe bombs went off in a central florida mall. no one was hurt by the blast at the eagle rich mall. police say the devices went off in a delivery area and no shoppers were nearby.
detectives are looking for a man described as a person of interest seen leaving it area. at least five more pipe bombs were found in a backpack. so the new york daily news is more hopeful than the post. they just say the eagle empire strikes back, referring to the patriots. >> i don't want to hear this. i don't want to hear this. >> we have 13 days of hype. the match up is set for the big game in minneapolis. >> they are meeting in a rematch from 13 years ago. eagles fans are hyped up after reaching super bowl lii. they filled the streets for hours overnight. the team is making their first appearance since 2005 in jacksonville. >> philadelphia made it to the super bowl. the eagles spotted the vikings an early touchdown and then scored the game's final 38 points. nick foles threw three touchdown passes in this 38-7 win.
new england pulled off a comeback of its own against jacksonville, tom brady hit danny amendola to knock out a ten-point deficit. 24-20. >> and we saw some of the celebrations. this is my favorite celebration that took place in the subways there in philadelphia. fans were actually celebrating and then, boom. all right. it will be a good game. >> i am very excited. eagles fans are going to give patriots fans a run for their money. coming up, shopping cash iers. an amazon store no lines, no carts and all you need is your phone. and later counting down to the oscars for major wins at the sag awards. we're going to live to l.a. for the latest after the break. and remember to find us on facebook and twitter. you are watching "world news now." you are watching "world news now." ♪harry's meeting clients...♪ ♪...from far away. but they only see his wrinkles.♪
out this tuesday. leslie messer is here to break it down and preview what we might hear on tuesday. let's talk last night, first. leslie, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. we are deep in the thick of awards season. with last night's sag awards bringing us ever so close to the oscar nominations. but first let's take a look at how the actors honored each other. >> i am kristen bell and i am a narcissist. sorry, i am an actor and tonight i'm also your host. >> the awards show only for actors getting its very first host and setting the tone for the evening. >> as we march forward with active momentum and open ears, let's make sure we're leading the charge with empathy and diligence because fear and anger never win the race. >> powerful words serving as a reminder that in hollywood
time's up. >> make no mistake this is not a moment in time, this is a movement. >> and we are inspired that so many powerful voices are no longer silenced by the fear of retaliation. we can control our own destiny. >> morgan freeman honored with a life-time achievement award. >> i'm going to tell you what's wrong with this statue. it works from the back. from the front is gender specific. maybe i started something. >> and the night's big winner. winning for best cast, best supporting actor and best lead actress. >> i come out of the woods every few years and you invite me to the party but there's a lot of young ones coming up and they need doorstops too.
let's think about that. bye. >> other winners include allison janny, gary oldman for "darkest hour." and in television, "this is us," picked up best television including another win for sterling k. brown. kendis and maggie? >> it was also a big night for hbo tv show, "veep", is that right? >> yes. and this is one of the first times that julia louie dreyfuss wasn't there. of course she makes history in her pajamas on her couch. >> "veep" is such a great show. i'm so happy it's getting noticed like that. well, oscar nominations are tuesday as we mentioned and often, awards shows at this time of year, the sag awards pinpoint who are going to be the front-runners. who do you think are the front runners for the oscars this year? >> reporter: we're seeing a lot of the same winners roll over from the golden globes. gary oldman, sam rockwell,
allison janny, they are all people that have won before, so, it's hard to think that they won't have at least a pretty good chance at the oscars. >> and for the golden globes we had everybody wearing black mostly in tribute to the time's up and me too effort that's taking place right now. did glamour return? does it seem as though things are back in hollywood? >> reporter: i mean everyone looked amazing, per usual. there were some black dresses, but this time, it seems like they were trying to make a statement in another way. at the sag awards for the first time ever there was a host, kristen bell, a woman and the only presenters were women. so they made sure to make a statement in a little bit of a different way than we saw at the globes. >> that indeed. thank you. coming up, changing the grocery store into a grab and go. >> it's what amazon is doing today. so how exactly does the store of the future work without as many humans around? that's what's next on "world
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♪ steely dan there. >> full disclosure. >> singing the praises of shopping and today by the way is the day shopping changes in stores forever. amazon's physical store where there are no shopping carts, no lines. no cashiers. >> sounds amazing. my dream come true. but how does it work? we have a sneak peek. >> reporter: amazon, one of the businesses that revolutionized the way people shop online, making a dramatic move, trying to change the way people shop inside stores. >> reporter: welcome to amazon go. >> reporter: the online retailer opening up the first checkout free convenience store monday after more than a year of testing. >> when you go in they're not only tracking what your buying, how you are buying it, where you're walking to and what
you're interested in. >> reporter: it is not your standard brick and mortar store, it will cater to health-conscious millennials on the run. shoppers recorded with cameras charged through sensors on the shelves, the bill paid by a card when they leave the store. >> i think i'm open to not dealing with people when running my daily tasks. >> reporter: amazon making the play at the $550 billion convenience store industry after buying whole foods markets last year and opening a dozen bookstores in cities like l.a., chicago and new york. the first store opens in seattle monday. but retail experts warn there still may be some kinks amazon has to work out. abc news, new york. >> would you go for it? >> yes, 100%. i would love every moment of this. have you waited in the lines at grocery stores in a city like new york? it can go out the block. >> i've heard about that. >> out the door, around the corner. >> that's when i pass and call
♪ time for the mix. >> yes, it is. yes, it is. and we're going to start big and go strong. >> big and bigger. >> we're going to the coast of portugal and going to catch a ride on a massive wave. over 100 feet tall, 114 feet. take a look at this you see the little dot in the middle of a screen? that's a human being. that's sebastian. >> after riding that, yeah. >> big wave awards, rightfully so. would you do this? >> i would watch it, definitely. >> i would watch it. >> i would definitely watch it. but it's not as fun if you don't see them crash out. >> stop. i would not want to see a crash
on this wave. >> that is quite impressive. >> that is amazing. >> also impressive back in the u.s. of a, you know they all have these contests that take place at halftime at basketball where you can shoot into the basket and you might win a prize. well, something big on the line here for this guy in los angeles. so he just nailed $100,000. 27 years old. >> congratulations. i love this. >> you have just won $100,000. >> dang! >> from the half-court. >> that's not easy. >> that is amazing. >> it looked like he may have had your form, actually. i shouldn't have made fun of you. is that the kendis? it was. two hands. >> the funny thing is, he won $100,000, but after the lakers saw that, they actually signed him up for a contract. come on.
>> breaking news. amazing. this next story i love because it involves puppies. take a look at atlas. atlas is a service dog who loves pluto. aww, his favorite toy. loves him so much, his owner says. what could be better than your favorite toy? meeting your favorite toy in real life. >> he wasn't creeped out by it? >> no, he loved it. look at him. i'd say he looks a little hesitant, like what's going on. can you imagine something you love that much coming to life and playing with you? you have a pluto? >> i have one that i traveled with and had it on the red carpets with me, but if it came to life, i'd probably freak out. so the month-long celebration that is the birthday of fiona continues. the hippo at the cincinnati zoo. they held a birthday party for her on the 20th. yeah, people there were all excited.
this morning on "abc news now." breaking overnight it senate this morning on "world news now," breaking overnight, the senate failed to clinch a deal to end the government shutdown, sending a new vote today at noon. so is a new deal in the works? a new winter storm is on the move. blizzard conditions are expected for parts of the midwest. dangerous driving conditions, sure to cause havoc for many during this morning's commute. in this half hour, embattled missouri governor on calls to step down. he is speaking out about his admitted extra marital affair. his first interview since the scandal broke and what he's saying about allegations of blackmail and hush money. and while the eagles are soaring, their fans are slipping trying to climb greased up poles. it's pandemonium overnight in the city of brotherly love on this monday, january 22nd.
>> announcer: from abc news this is "world news now." >> a lot of excitement there still partying along broad street and then some in philadelphia as we welcome patriots fan here maggie rulli. >> every time, every time. >> our lone eagle fan is hung over and isn't here at the moment. but quite a match up there. >> excited. the best of the best if you ask me. >> okay. >> no one asked me. >> the rest of the country is like what are we going to do on super bowl sunday? we'll break that down a little bit later on. there is a lot to get to, especially coming from capitol hill because they have been busy over the weekend, not getting anything done. the government shut down will extend into the work week. >> a senate vote was scheduled for today at noon after lawmakers wrapped up a busy day
of negotiations without hammering out the comp mice. the latest proposal will fund the government for another two and a half weeks with a promise to take up an open debate on security in the near future. we have more. >> reporter: overnight shutdown drama on the senate floor. >> the shutdown should stop today. >> reporter: majority leader mitch mcconnell tried to move up a vote to end the government shut down. top senate democrats, objecting. >> we have yet to reach an agreement on a path forward that would be acceptable for both sides. for that reason i object. >> reporter: mcconnell proposed the senate democrats fund the government through february 8th. if no agreement for the young, undocumented immigrants, the d.r.e.a.m.ers, by that time -- >> it would be my intention to proceed to legislation that would address daca, border security and the related issues. >> reporter: that pledge not good enough for democrats looking for more assurances from gop leaders. there are also concerns on both sides about whether president trump would sign off on an immigration deal.
>> do you really think you can come up with an agreement by the 8th? >> i don't know. i mean, i hope we can, but i'm doubting it because that relies on the white house to actually work with us on this and we haven't seen that, yet. ♪ >> reporter: emotional demonstrators at the capitol sunday night, demanding a fix for the 800,000 undocumented immigrants brought to the u.s. as children. >> i'm not going to wait any longer. i'm sure that nobody here wants to wait longer. >> reporter: weekend negotiations appear to center around president trump's southern border wall. sources say the ultimate compromise in the senate would give the president full funding in exchange for protecting the d.r.e.a.m.ers. >> would house democrats support such a plan? >> all of the money he wants for his wall? oh, come on. by the way is that 20 billion going to be paid by mexico? >> reporter: mcconnell scheduled
a vote for noon today, which means the shutdown will continue. a weekend deal would have a minimum impact but on this monday morning the nation and 800,000 furloughed federal employees will feel the shutdown. maggie and kendis? >> thank you. while some states are scrambling to not feel the effects like keeping some of the biggest tourist attractions open in wake of the government shutdown. >> the statue of liberty is reopening to visitors today. new york's governor paying $65,000 a day to keep the statue and ellis island up and running. >> and the grand canyon is not shutting down either. the governor of arizona is using state funds to keep it open to the public. >> and a lot of the mall is open in washington. i was there over the weekend and you can still, basically get through to the lincoln memorial and plenty of sites there, as well. millions of americans were there on the national mall and then some, participating in dozens of
sit-in marches, women's marches, over the weekend with an eye on the midterm elections. >> this year, there was more talk about activism, and not just for women's rights. >> we can open the door for women, we can open the door for minorities, immigrants and everyone in this world. >> the largest of sunday's events was in las vegas. the rally there lasted more than six hours. organizers say las vegas was chosen because nevada is a battleground and for so many key issues, that state is important. as a major senate race this year as well. >> we go now to the latest winter storm marching across the u.s. >> the forecast is for blizzard-like conditions from nebraska to michigan. stores in the twin cities are working hard. several school districts have already announced they're closed today. >> minnesota drivers are being warned about difficult driving
today such as they already have in eastern colorado. a section of interstate 70 east of denver is closed off. >> more than 200 flights in and out of denver were canceled yesterday. dozens of flights to and from minneapolis have been canceled for today. >> paul williams is tracking it. paul, good morning. good morning we're expecting heavy snow throughout portions of nebraska, portions of south dakota, kansas, iowa, going into minnesota as well as wisconsin. now the amount? we're talking locally 18 inches. a foot and a half now, and we're looking forward to move throughout this same area. and surrounding areas into colorado as well as wisconsin and then an extended icy mix into bangor and the new england states. kendis, maggie? >> thank you. >> vice president mike pence is visiting israel, scheduled to meet with prime minister
benjamin netanyahu. he got an earful over the weekend from egypt's president over president trump's controversial decision to recognize jerusalem as israel's capitol. the move has inflamed palestinians, who also claim that jerusalem is their capitol. back here in the country, fresh controversy swirling around missouri governor, eric greitens, who refused to resign. he says he as no plans to give up his office. despite calls from both sides of the aisle to shut down, he further denied claims that he slapped a woman and threatened her into keeping the affair quiet. >> this was a consensual relationship. there was no blackmail, no threat of blackmail. there was no threat of a photograph of blackmail. >> that said, the fbi has opened an investigation into the governor's alleged actions. so, congress was working all
weekend, but a few members who didn't look like they were working turned it into sunday fun day for the shutdown chic. >> we are talking fashion. senator lindsey graham was one of several lawmakers going all casual sunday with this look with the orange baseball hat. >> i wish he turned it sideways or backwards. senator bob corker went to the fleece look. >> i like it. >> he said he did not plan to go to the senate floor. >> and congressman kevin mccarthy was the king of casual. >> i love this one. >> and didn't seem to mind when house speaker paul ryan poked fun at the way he was dressed down. so the questions turned from congressman do we have a deal to who are you wearing? >> this is adidas. >> underarmor. all right coming up. some very startling skinny news. what we're learning about the most beautiful soccer playing man in the world. christiano ronaldo and what just happened to his face on the field.
say it ain't so. and, just after the break, the reactions coming from philadelphia as eagles fans freak out over their nfc championship win. the patriots are saying we've been there before. >> done it. >> ain't no big deal. first, a look at today's forecast. al. first, a look at today's forecast. and first a look at today's foreca forecast. (male #1) it's a little something i've done every night since i was a kid, empty my pocket change into this old jar. it's never much, just what's left after i break a dollar. and i never thought i could get quality life insurance with my spare change. neither did i. until i saw a commercial for the colonial penn program. imagine people our age getting life insurance at such an affordable rate. it's true. if you're 50 to 85, you can get guaranteed acceptance life insurance
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are you ready for some football? >> it is about that time. >> we've got some serious playoff action happening right now. super bowl match up is set in stone. >> so the afc and nfc champions have been crowned. before we break down the super bowl, let's relive some of the highlights, of course. championship here in philadelphia. the eagles taking on the minnesota vikings and the vikings striking first. case keenum, their quarterback making it into the end zone there. that would be the first score of the game but then it was all philly all night. quarterback nick foles, wow.
putting on a clinic 352 yards, three touchdowns, no interceptions. pretty good. an incredible performance considering he was the back up. >> even got fancy. check this out with a flee flicker. >> plenty of flee flickers. >> the vikings never got anything going and the eagles fly away with the game 38-7. even bradley cooper -- >> oh, bradley cooper was there. you know it's good if bradley cooper was there. all excited. bring on brady and the super bowl. so let's check out the eagles tight end's wife. she plays for the u.s. soccer team. her reaction, tears of joy when she got the news after her own game there. she is going to minneapolis with her husband. exciting for them. >> what a family. talk about an athletic power house couple. their kids are going to be amazing. no pressure. >> they are going to be great.
>> no pressure. overnight eagles fans were celebrating, as you can imagine. >> a little bit. >> man, they were all out there. as they head back to the super bowl for only their third time in the team's history. hoping to win their first. like everywhere. it wasn't just in the south side of philly. >> look at this. earlier in the day philly police were on pole patrol. what is that? it's literally crisco. they're applying crisco and other greasy substances on the poles on the streets to deter fans from climbing the poles. only in philly. >> but the fans will not be deterred. >> they took it as a challenge. >> go, go. >> how did he get past the crisco? >> he's pretty good. maybe he went to naval academy school and he's climbed that pole before. >> he's wearing special shoes or something. >> this was my favorite video,
though. a fan celebrating in the subway. [ laughter ] we're going to the super bowl, oh! >> was he trying to catch the subway? can we never move on? can we just keep playing that on repeat. back to the subway. moving on. to the afc championship game where everyone just wanted to know what's up with brady's thumb? >> so after all the drama, speculation, conspiracy theory last week brady suited up. he looked handsome. and he started the game with his hand injury but jacksonville got out to the lead in the first half with a pair of touchdowns. blake bortles finding the tight end in the end zone and running back. leonard fournette plowing his way into the end zone, touchdown. >> and right before half time this brutal hit. rob gronkowski getting hit hard
helmet to helmet. gronk would then head to the locker room. >> possible concussion. we'll see how it plays out the next couple weeks for him. in the second half brady did what he does best, led the pats down the field for a pair of touchdowns, including that amazing pass to danny amendola who is like the king. he saved them during that game last night and making sure he got both feet down. >> that's so impressive. what a skill. >> that was impressive. and with the clock winding down. one last chance for the jags. no, got swatted away. >> no, sorry. nice try. >> lays it out, to break up the pass. no, no, no. the patriots win 24-20 and head to their eighth super bowl appearance with the 40-year-old brady. what say you? >> i guess it's my life so i'm living it and it feels very natural and normal because i
wake up every day and i feel very much the same as i did when i walked in 18 years ago. i really do. >> can i see the hand? >> can you see it? >> it's all about the hand. i'm supposed to say there's nothing wrong with the hand but you know what? i think he just battled through it. the highest opinion. >> so in the meantime here is your match up for super bowl lii. new england patriots/philadelphia eagles, in minneapolis. maggie rulli will be with us. we cannot wait. >> popcorn ready. >> they did not get an unbiased person. coming up, a showdown that took place overnight. the awards show, plus the world's greatest looking person suffers a horrible injury to his moneymaker, his face. moneymaker, his face. like stop worrying about your boss fast, like wow, you're already asleep fast.
now just one day away and everyone's reading the tea leaves for clues on who will get a nod and that includes last night's screen actor's guild awards. >> the event was hosted by kristen bell and also, what was interesting is all the presenters were female. >> bell did have fun with fellow actors and also acknowledged the social movements this year. >> we are living in a watershed moment and as we march forward with active momentum and open ears, let's make sure that we're leading the charge with empathy and with diligence because fear and anger never win the race. and most importantly regardless of our differences i think we can all come together and delight in one thing "frozen two" is coming out in theaters 2019. i'm very excited. >> november 27th, 2019 to be exact. >> i'm very excited. big winner last night was frances mcdormett. check out her moves. she heads to the stage to accept
the lead actress in a drama award. all right, frances. >> she don't dance no more, she just make money moves. outside, another thelma and louise reunion. geena davis and susan sarandon reunited on the golden globes and did it again here. >> john stamos showed off his future baby. here, kissing his fiance. >> and even though she hasn't been winning any awards, she has been ruling the red carpet. halle berry out shining them all again. she was there, looking great at every one of these awards shows so far this season. shocking news out of the soccer world. brace yourself because christiano ronaldo has suffered a terrible injury. >> it's actually pretty gory. >> it is. >> i don't like him and -- >> but you still feel groce. >> he was playing a rival when he went in for a goal score, but he took a cleat to his moneymaker in the process. not the face. >> not the face.
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>> if there's literally one kid in here with the flu virus and that kid sneezes, this area is now contaminated. >> one year ago this week, the first women's march against the president. that rallies across the country. today, hundreds of thousands of women marched again. >> every single day your job as an american citizen is not just to fight for your rights, it's to fight for the rights of every individual. >> reporter: president tweeting about his success. celebrate the historic milestones of unprecedented economic success and wealth creation that has taken place. >> the tables have turned, larry, we are here and we have our voices and we are not going anywhere. it's your turn to listen to me. i'm no longer a victim, i'm a survivor. the chicago woman known as the serial stowaway, 66-year-old
marilyn hartland, was able to sneak on to a flight at the chicago o'hare airport and make it all the way to london without a boarding pass or passport. she's been caught trying to sneak on to flights before in various cities for years now. once again this is the president's unbiassed 100% accurate health assessment. at the time of examination the president was 71 years and seven months young. his resting heart rate was a cool 68 bpm. his weight, very stealth 239 pounds. he has a gorgeous 44 inch waist. his height 75 inches with legs that, well, they seem to go on forever. >> it did sound like that in some cases. the good news is despite the shutdown, panda cam is still live. you can still watch it from the national zoo. that's it for this half hour. at's it for this half hour. announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades. announcer: this
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making news in america this morning -- no deal. the government shutdown begins in full force this morning. the details overnight on what led to this point. what it means for federal workers and for the immigrants known as d.r.e.a.m.ers. and what the senate will be voting on at noon today. weather alert. blizzard conditions in the center of the country. a major interstate closed. overnight, reports of a tornado touching down in the south. the latest from accuweather. soaring high. >> and they're going to the super bowl. >> eagles fans celebrate as philadelphia advances to the super bowl. police, fearing chaos, use crisco to grease poles and prevent climbers. would that really stop them? the drink being called the flu fighter.